Utkarsh Sharma’s hard work and Nawaz’s talent needed a better script
A better script seems far-fetched, a script would have been okay too.
He has put in efforts, that’s visible. He has potential, that’s evident. And it won’t take a genius to suggest that with all these capabilities and cute looks, Utkarsh didn’t necessarily needed his dad’s film but a better debut film.
The only genius in the movie was in the title.
Watch it If you like -
Amidst all the no-hoper stuff, Nawaz was the only entertainment and we could see that Utkarsh gave his best to the film
But Beware of -
A weak storyline further ruined by an immature script
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Making a film after 5 years, Anil Sharma couldn’t match our expectations. Be it in direction or in writing, the execution felt stuck in the past and the treatment struggling to keep up with the present.
The story had potential to be good only if it was handled a little rationally.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Exactly, logic was missing, the script was busy delivering genius giri.
It won’t take a genius to tell what the film would be through the trailers, but we have learnt not to judge the book by its cover. Well, that’s not true every time.
The story had no aim, the movie had no purpose. Yeah, we know films are meant for entertainment, but even that wasn’t there. RAW organization is shown as if free all the time, RAW agents busy in workplace jealousy, rogue RAW agent shown fighting crime all by himself.
It was as if dad Anil Sharma got carried away and wanted to Utkarsh to do everything from dancing to fighting and wanted the script to have everything from action to emotions. Wanting everything isn’t bad, leaving everything unfinished is. And there were things happening for no reason at all.
From the slow-mo shots to Holi songs, it felt like a renovated old film.
Utkarsh Sharma debut is not right, a role too grown up for his age and dialogues too heavy for his age. We don’t know his age, but he looked like a cute innocent guy next door trying his way through genius giri. Just like Tiger Shroff, Utkarsh looks good in beard. Ishita Chauhan too is okay. They are like two kids trying to be grownups. Of course, it is a script mess up, and it’s their debut performances, so judging their act won’t be fair.
The script even made Nawazuddin Siddiqui overact, though his were the only scenes that kept us entertained. It was the same script but Nawaz tried not to let it overpower his act and he quite succeeded too. Mithun Chakraborty’s role is unestablished, and the actor has the most cliché dialogues.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Himesh Reshammiya’s music too got diluted with the kind of script, not that the songs were great. It was just Tera Fitoor for us that becomes hummable after a while. Monty Sharma’s background score is very average, at many points it felt like we might develop tinnitus with all that noise, a hearing problem Utkarsh’s character had in the film.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Make an exception, judge this book by its cover. Watch the trailer and skip the movie.